spammers using my domain as their "reply-to:"
Hello. Russian spammers seem to be using the "clifton-labs.com" domain as
their "reply-to:" for a bunch of widely varying spam messages. This means
we're getting tons of bounces and replies to spam messages we did not send
Is there anything I can do to combat this? It's not a big problem but it
is definitely a nuisance. (In general I can't believe how much time and
effort I have spent dealing with spam, and my company is only 5 people -
what a waste of resources for ISPs and larger organizations!)
Dale E. Martin, Clifton Labs, Inc.
Senior Computer Engineer
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